Oct 9, 2018
Podcast: All About Financial Therapy with Amanda Clayman
We talk to Amanda Clayman about how to cope with serious money stress.
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Got money anxiety? The panic isn’t all in your head.
We all know that avoiding our finances can cause us serious stress. But did you know that there’s a specialized field of psychology to help you cope with your financial fears?
A financial therapist can help patients cope with their anxiety and negative feelings around money, debt, and budgeting. And these feelings aren’t just mental. They can cause real physical symptoms.
You don’t have to be “good with money” to get a handle on your money.
This week, we have Amanda Clayman, a Los Angeles-based financial therapist and clinical social worker on the podcast. She talks about avoidance, anxiety, and how to dig out and start making real changes to your habits.
Thanks for listening to Teach Me How to Money. Send us your questions at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll try to answer them on a future episode.
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